32 Broad Street, Ludlow, is a Grade II listed medieval town house in Broad Street, Ludlow, with a 15th century oak frame core extended at the rear in the 17th century and refaced with brick and raised one floor on the street elevation in the 18th century. The owner, Mrs V Aikens, wished to repair the oak frame and re-organise the interior to provide four bedrooms and three bathrooms at first and second floor levels and enlarge the first floor sitting room. At ground floor level there was to be a study overlooking the street, a second sitting room, a family kitchen overlooking the garden, a cloakroom and a utility room. A new staircase, with a continuous Georgian handrail, was to link all floors to the entrance hall.
With Arrol & Snell 2011.